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PlayStation VR Anniversary Sale: Last Chance To Save Big On VR Games

Explore beloved games from a fresh perspective at low prices.

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To celebrate three years of PlayStation VR, Sony has slashed the prices on a ton of PSVR and PS4 games on the PlayStation Store. But you don't have much time left to browse the discounted VR offerings. The anniversary sale ends tomorrow, October 22 at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET.

The wide-ranging sale includes a number of major releases that were later adapted to VR. You can grab The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR for $21.59 (was $60). Even two years after its release, Skyrim in VR remains one of the most impressive feats on the platform in terms of scope and ambition. While you may still be plucking away at Borderlands 3, now's your opportunity to jump back in time with Borderlands 2 VR for $25 (was $50). And if you're disappointed that Doom Eternal has been delayed until March 20, 2020, you can hop back into some demon slaying action in Doom VFR for $15 (was $30).

A number of the games included in the sale support VR, but don't require the headset to play. The standard edition of Resident Evil 7 is on sale for $15 (was $20), while the Gold Edition is half price at $25. Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight are each $30 (were $40). You can save even more on the rhythm game spinoffs by purchasing the Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection for $45 (was $60). As an added bonus, you'll get Persona 4: Dancing All Night, which can only be played on PS4 by purchasing the collection.

We've rounded up some of our favorite deals in the sale below. Plus, check out more of the best PS4 deals available in October.

See all deals at the PlayStation Store

Best PSVR deals in PSN's anniversary sale

  • Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown -- $30 ($60)
  • Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown Deluxe Edition -- $51 ($85)
  • Creed: Rise to Glory -- $15 ($30)
  • Eagle Flight -- $6 ($20)
  • Electronauts -- $10 ($20)
  • Floor Plan -- $3 ($6)
  • Guns'n'Stories: Bulletproof VR -- $10 ($20)
  • I'm Hungry -- $11.89 ($17)
  • Infinite Minigolf -- $7.49 ($15)
  • Mervils: A VR Adventure -- $6 ($20)
  • PlayStation VR Worlds -- $7.49 ($15)
  • Raw Data VR -- $16 ($40)
  • Sprint Vector -- $15 ($30)
  • Superhot VR -- $15 ($25)
  • Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot -- $10 ($20)
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VR games are still just a big collection of crap, aside from a few titles that manage to just make it into the realm of mediocrity.

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@jsprunk: There are some truly excellent ones though. Rez Infinite, Thumper, and Tetric Effect are all amazing in VR. Astrobot is one of the best platformers in years and can only be played in VR ^_^

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I feel like Cyberpilot is so bad it's not even worth $10.

How about $1? I will give you $1. That's almost enough for a tasty McChicken sandwich.

Almost.

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